Welcome one & all to the landmark Dice Masters event of the week – the latest episode of the Ministry of Dice!
In this instalment we continue our running theme of seeking to develop fun & different ways to stay engaged with the game while things are quiet on the new release front. We’ve been experimenting with a Campaign style format and share what we’ve been playing around with in the hope that others may like to try it too.
What is the campaign format we’re trying? How did we put it together? How else could it work? We’ve been focussing on a Dungeons & Dragons version, but there are options available we explore.
All this – and the Uno update we’ve all been waiting for…
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Show Notes & Other Stuff
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Here is a link directly to the live game play playlist with the Dungeon & Dragons Dice Masters campaign we’ve be giving a go:
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Legal Bits N’ Bobs
The Dice transition sound effect was sourced from freesound.org. The account it was downloaded from is “dermotte” and is shared under the following license:
Our tremendous ‘Rule Britannia’ intro & ‘God Save the Queen’ outro is used with permission from Richard Campbell and are short extracts from his “England Rock Anthems” track. We think Richard’s work is exceptional (You should see his Frankenstein Rock Opera). So, visit Richard’s website here for more of his music:
This episode first appeared on www.BritRollerSix.com